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The thick pots passing by and the beautiful mudflat landscape

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  • Strandhotel Duhnen
  • Aparthotel Kamp - Duhner Strandstraße
  • 27476 Cuxhaven-Duhnen - Germany
  • 04721 / 403-0
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  • https://kamp-hotels.de/

Duhnen Strand - Wadden Sea

The large double rooms and penthouse or junior suites with balconies, facing the ocean, and also the single rooms, with an ocean view, offer not only a fantastic view of the beach, the tidelands, the island of Neuwerk and the shipping lanes. The friendly brightness and comfortable furnishings also contribute to your sense of well-being. All of our rooms are provided with a minibar, direct-dialing telephone, internet access, radio, hair dryer, bathrobes and a safe.

The generous wellness area of our hotel offers an indoor pool (13 x 6 m, 28 °C), a whirlpool (35 °C), sauna, steambath, solarium and a sunbathing terrace (6th floor). You can exercise free of charge under professional guidance using state of the art equipment or enjoy a variety of courses such as Step-Aerobics, Indoor-Cycling; Aqua- or Back-training, Yoga, etc., in "Ballance", the fitness center opened in 2000 and located in "ahoi!", the aquadome 500 m from the hotel. For your soothing bodily relaxation, we now offer whole body, back/neck or anti-stress massages!

Via Bremen: Take the A27 to Cuxhaven, exit at Altenwalde, turn right to the health resort areas/Duhnen, left at next traffic light, about 7 km to center of Duhnen (village fountain).

Via Hamburg: Take the B73 to Cuxhaven circular exit, direction of health resort areas/ Duhnen about 8 km through Cuxhaven urban area to Duhnen (village fount).

At the village fountain: Turn right into the pedestrian zone, second entrance to the left, arrival area behind Strandhotel Duhnen/Aparthotel Kamp.

Aparthotel Kamp, completed in 1998, consists of 19 vacation apartments facing the ocean, and all having an impressive view of the tidelands. It is directly connected with the Strandhotel Duhnen, enabling you use of all facilities and their advantages (incl. our wellness area). It has its own elevator, washing machine and dryer (basement). Our "Bistro Strandhörn", a lively alternative to our "Vier Jahreszeiten" restaurant, is on the ground floor.

The majority of the comfortably furnished apartments (32 - 65 sq.m., in part for the handicapped) have kitchenettes, which can be completely closed off and a room safe. Floorplans for apartments 1 to 4 are identical.

Hike through the wide wadden landscape! Dream on the golden sandy beach! Stroll along the spa promenade! Stay a day, a weekend or longer! Of course we would be happy to advise you on "matters relating to holidays".

Stadt Cuxhaven

The Cuxhaven National Park Center is an information and educational facility for the "Lower Saxony Wadden Sea" National Park sponsored by the City of Cuxhaven and funded by the State of Lower Saxony. The visit is free.

The fact that the city of Cuxhaven has succeeded in bringing the Wadden Sea and the protection of this unique natural landscape into the focus of the public with the National Park Center is illustrated by the annual visitor numbers (around 60,000).

A natural history museum and ecological station at the same time. Here, the various landscape forms of the coastal region and the flora and fauna found in them are shown in a permanent exhibition. Ecological nature trails with their observation stations give an insight into the flora and fauna behind the dike.

Seehafen Cuxhaven

Located at the mouth of the Elbe and opposite the western entrance to the Kiel Canal on the world's busiest shipping route (approx. 50,000 ships per year), Cuxhaven, as a seaport, is an ideal starting point for maritime traffic to Great Britain, Scandinavia and the other Baltic Sea states. Time-consuming trips to the area are no longer necessary; the fairway conditions are ideal and allow even the largest ships to call at Cuxhaven. There is also a connection to the hinterland via the motorway and railroad.

Since the beginning of this century, Cuxhaven has been Germany's largest fishing port after Bremerhaven. After the withdrawal of the navy and the end of liner traffic to New York in the 1960s, only fishing and processing were the main points of the port scene in Cuxhaven. Unfortunately, fish landings in Cuxhaven have also been steadily decreasing since the beginning of the 1970s. In this situation, the beginning of the 1980s, RoRo handling brought new impetus to the port of Cuxhaven. With the construction of a modern RoRo facility, the most modern in Northern Europe, Cuxhaven took the decisive step away from the monostructured port, which almost exclusively depended on fish, towards the so-called multi-purpose port.

Since the new RoRo terminal soon reached its capacity limits due to the considerable increase in handling, the state of Lower Saxony decided to build a new multi-purpose handling facility in the area of ​​the former America port. After Hamburg handed over the Amerikahafen, which he owned, to Lower Saxony in 1993 after long and tough negotiations, construction of the new port facility could begin. The state of Lower Saxony invested around 280 million DM in the construction of this new port, which went into operation on October 1, 1997.

According to information from the Hafenwirtschaftsgemeinschaft Cuxhaven e.V., the pure construction time of the facility took three years - without any preparatory and planning work. This construction measure not only included flushing, dredging and embankment work, but also various nature compensation and replacement measures. The new EuropaKai on the Elbe is 1095 m long and has three berths for seagoing vessels. According to the port management association, every two berths are equipped with RoRo bridges or for crane handling. The water depth is max.Kn - 15.80 m.

On the west side - towards the Amerikahafen - an inland quay ("Humbertkai") was built, which went into operation in 1996. The entire transshipment facility covers an area of ​​43 hectares. The motorway slip road and the newly laid railroad tracks lead directly to the storage areas, halls and quays. A transshipment station with a 2,500 square meter roof was built. The railway ramp of the port complex also has a 2,500 square meter roof. The entire track system was designed in such a way that so-called "block trains" can be formed. The main route to the Maschen marshalling yard begins directly at the terminal. The motorway distribution network to Hamburg and Bremen is only 650 m away from the terminal.

Many ships for which Cuxhaven is "on the way" can easily unload or pick up their cargo here without a time-consuming journey through the area. Efficient transshipment facilities at Europakai and Humberkai ensure that ships can be loaded and unloaded quickly using cranes, as well as problem-free ro-ro transshipment via stern or bow ramps and side gates.

All of this leads us to expect very good handling figures for the new port. The city of Cuxhaven has also taken care of this. that there is sufficient space for industrial and commercial facilities in the immediate vicinity of the new port.

The quay structure was carried out on behalf of the State of Lower Saxony by the "Arbeitsgemeinschaft Elbkai Cuxhaven", in which six North German construction companies with many years of experience in civil engineering and hydraulic engineering had come together. Data. The new EuropaKai on the Elbe is 1,025 m long and has three Berths for seagoing vessels.



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